A Story Worth Telling
by Bill Blankschaen
Trade Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Released: May 19, 2015
Source: Review copy from the publisher through Amazon Vine.
Book Description, Modified from Back Cover:
What if you could live an authentic life of such lasting significance that your story can be celebrated in places and times you can't even imagine?
This hands-on field guide packs in true stories and practical tips for living a life of authentic faith in God, the kind that gets out of the boat and leaves a lasting legacy. Author Bill Blankschaen's winsome voice meets you where you are in your life journey and calls you to something more, to a grander, more meaningful life grounded on unshakeable truth. Blankschaen shows you how authentic faith:
* Gives focus to your life,
* Opens your eyes to possibilities,
* Produces the courage to answer the call,
* Moves you to move mountains, and
* Empowers you to keep moving forward when facing problems.
A Story Worth Telling is a Christian living book that could pass as a Bible study on faith. He started by explaining why it matters in what/who you place your faith. Then it's an experienced FaithWalker passing on what he's learned about our Journey of Faith from the Bible. He illustrated the principles with stories from his own life and the lives of others. He's easy to follow and understand, and he stayed focused on topic so there's little filler. Throughout the book, he asked questions that help you to focus on how the principles he's just discussed apply to your life (and they're good questions).
I was concerned the book might be about doing something splashy so you can brag about it on the news as you receive a reward for your humble service to humanity. It's not: it's about living a life of ever-deepening faith and following where God leads you, even if no one this side of heaven ever hears about it. It's a fulfilling life full of adventure! Overall, I'd highly recommend this book to those who want advice on how to deepen your faith and FaithWalk with God.
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